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Real Woman Nomad life
Firstly don't judge me by my address, it is my old one. I have been in Australia finishing a course, and am due to leave before the end of January. But I am not sure where I will be moving to, that is up to the Lord. I am Welsh, though born in Chatham, but spent much of my childhood in Papua New Guinea. I have moved around A LOT, I am not talking 4-5 places, I am talking around 80. It has rarely been by choice, but has left me looking for somewhere I belong, and someone I belong with. At university I was one of the boys.....to a point, then I was too much of a girl, as such I walked the thin line between the two, but never fitting fully into each group. I am creative and try to be open minded and supportive, but if asked my opinion I try to be tactful yet honest. My goal in life is to raise a happy supportive loving family, to be a supportive wife who does her best to ease my husbands burdens. I'd like to meet someone who can make me hope, even when the world is crumbling around us. An honest, loyal, playful hardworking priesthood holder. Someone with a mischievous smile, and a cheeky smile, yet someone who knows when to be sensible, whose presence makes me feel safe and sure. Someone in whose eyes I can see ete Ity. Must love animals and children, and want a family (whether blessed to bear them or adopt them). The Gospel is part of who I am, I was brought up in the church. I experienced wonderful feelings of the spirit growing up in Papua New Guinea. I have also experienced some negative behaviours and attitudes in the church, but I try to remember what my mum was told when my parents joined the church, namely, the gospel is perfect, the people in it are trying to be. I may not go to church as often as I should, and not included by the members (but this may be down to being only temporarily here), yet I still feel my spirit sore when singing with the choir.
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